Scholars and the head of a local Latino group will come together at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville this week to discuss immigration in the U.S., Mexico and Central America.
A man and two young girls were taken to a local hospital Friday morning after they were hit by a car that allegedly ignored school bus safety rules at a bus stop in Forsyth County.
Gwinnett County Public Schools CEO and Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks announced Rebecca Carlisle as the 2020 Teacher of the Year.
Buford High School senior Jesse Hanks had been a part of the three previous One-Act Play entries before Nov. 2’s GHSA Class AAAAA state championship held at Houston County High School. Two of those plays took home first-place trophies: Buford’s rendition of “Company” in 2018, and “Parade” in…
A Gwinnett County jury has acquitted a former track coach at Meadowcreek High School who was accused of sexually assaulting a member of the school's track team in 2017.
Jason Moss is CEO of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance, a membership-based industry organization founded in 2008 to support Georgia’s manufacturing community.
Former Peachtree Ridge cross country coach Casey Ramel resigned in October, the middle of the 2019 cross country season, amid an investigation by Gwinnett County Public Schools into a relationship he allegedly had with an 18-year-old student prior to his employment with GCPS.
Volunteers with All Pro Dads connect with students and support teachers and administrators at Partee Elementary School in Snellville.
Gwinnett students and parents have a few days left to help their favorite teacher win a $200 gift card for their classroom.
Mill Creek High School Theatre recently won Best Play in the Region AAAAAA One Act Play competition for its production of “Rabbit Hole.”
Sarah and Laura Lindahl are sisters and directors of the Mill Creek and Brookwood one-act plays, respectively. The will both compete for a championship on Saturday at Buford High School.
An army of people wielding wood sanders behind Baggett Elementary School sounded like the world’s largest, loudest beehive. The volunteers manning them were busy as bees carrying out their task in the assembly line on Oct. 26.
The Florida-based college, which has an education center in Duluth, was named the No. 1 school in the U.S. in the Online and Nontraditional category of the "Military Times" Best for Vets: Colleges 2020 rankings.
Two Gwinnett County schools — Paul Duke STEM High School and Bay Creek Middle School — are the first in Gwinnett to earn recognition from Common Sense for their implementation of digital citizenship lessons.
Nathaniel Roscoe’s career didn’t start in teaching, and when he began teaching finance three years ago he found Ramsey Education modules as a helpful tool to reinforce curriculum in his entrepreneurship and financial services courses.
Wesleyan School in Peachtree Corners will host a community event titled “The Truth About College Admissions,” at 7 p.m Wednesday in the Powell Theater on the Wesleyan School campus.
The wheelchair costume unveiling is one of the highlights of the Safe Trick-Or-Treat event that the school's Key Club organizes for local children each year at the school's football stadium.
Local schools are still out-performing the state on the ACT, but aren't strangers to a nationwide decline in college readiness.
A new policy from College Board means students in advanced Advanced Placement courses will have to decide whether they will take end-of-course tests earlier than in previous years.
Crawford & Company partnered with Meadowcreek High School and the United Way of Greater Atlanta for its 11th annual Global Day of Service event on Oct. 19.
Graysons music tech students get a peek at the music industry by meeting producers, executives and artist. They also get to frequent a local studio with teacher Andre DeRamus.
Karen Vaught, a language arts and ESOL teacher at GIVE Center West, has been named the 2019-20 Georgia Alternative Teacher of the Year by the Georgia Association of Alternative Education.
Berkmar High School construction students will compete against programs from other schools in a regional construction contest next month.
Although Cathy Moore will retire from her position as dean of Georgia Gwinnett College's School of Education later this month, her name will live on at the college.
Meadowcreek students and staff teamed up with volunteers from Atlanta-based company Crawford & Company for beatification projects at the school.
Gwinnett County Public Schools provided some local ninth-grade students an opportunity to ease their transitions from high school to college or the work force.
Future generations of Georgians will be able to visit the University of Georgia and study the work of two Gwinnett legislators who made state history with their respective elections to public office.
The political climate in the U.S. seems to have reached one of its divisive peaks, and Gwinnett County Public Schools is investigating how it can bridge future gaps in political discourse in the district’s classrooms.
Gwinnett County Public Schools is trying to meet the mental health challenges that the community presents by evaluating the impact of its Social and Emotional Learning Services.
D. Glen Cannon, president of Gwinnett Technical College, addressed an audience of community stakeholders on the state of the school, 35 years after the college opened.
The National Association of Secondary School Principals organization named Collins Hill's Kerensa Wing as the National Principal of the Year on Monday. She was surprised with a gathering of students, teachers, county administrators, representatives from local and state offices and her family.
MaryJo Ray-Jewett donated her kidney to Jones Middle School eighth grader Will Walke. Ray-Jewett and Will's mother, Jenn Walker, share a bond beyond that of most neighbors.
The Maxwell construction class is building kits for book exchanges that will be distributed throughout the county to promote early-childhood literacy.
The Greater-Atlanta area score improved from 58.9 in 2016 to 61.8 in 2018, the organizations most-recent report. Still, data shows there are roughly 500,000 children in the region with scores that rate as low to very low well-being.
Gwinnett County invites students, parents, business leaders and community leaders to celebrate afterschool programs at Walk Among the Stars, part of the National Lights On Afterschool initiative, at 6 p.m. Thursday at Collins Hill Park, 2225 Collins Hill Road in Lawrenceville.
A Florida-based Catholic university that has a satellite campus in Duluth recently installed its 10th president during both a special mass and a formal investment ceremony.
Children’s author and literacy advocate Alane Adams made stops at Atlanta area schools this past week, including a Gwinnett County school.
National Merit Scholarship Corporation recognized nine Wesleyan seniors, including three named semifinalists for the National Merit Scholarship.
The Gwinnett County Board of Education awarded Bowen & Watson with a $17 million dollar contract for an addition to Grayson High School that will increase the school’s capacity by about 875 students.
The school district saw an overall decrease in the number of students taking Advanced Placement Exams last school year. Overall, a higher percentage of students passed exams.
Five Forks Middle School counselor Laura Ross is one of four national finalists for the American School Counselor Association’s 2020 School Counselor of the Year award.
People looking for flexible, part-tome jobs or to get their foot in the door as a full-time teacher can apply to be substitute teachers at Gwinnett County Public Schools.
Students enrolled in Trip Elementary School’s French Dual Language Immersion program participated in a workshop earlier this month led by French author-illustrator Rémi Courgeon.
The award-winning Gracias Choir and Orchestra will perform its Gracias Christmas Cantata at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Infinite Energy Arena.
Gwinnett County Board of Education District IV representative Everton Blair came out publicly on National Coming Out day via a post on his personal Instagram.
GCPS was chosen from 64 grant applications submitted to the Department of Education. The district will receive $151,594 in the first year of a three-year project period. Funding for the total period will amount to $498,568.